Monday, June 13, 2011

Schools Reopen for Indian Students

The new school year began today in India. The 5000 kids in the Children’s Hope partner schools have finished summer break, which runs from the middle of April to the middle of June; the hottest time of the year. All the students are from the slum areas and impoverished fishing villages around Kakinada. There are no educational opportunities available to them except from the free Mission to the Nations’ schools. Most of the children are the first in their family to attend school.

Paparao Yeluchuri, Children’s Hope partner in India writes:
“I know that I cannot thank you enough for all the aid you are giving to the schools. Without your help, I know how difficult it is to run the schools for the slum street children. As the school re-opened today after the summer break, now, I need to provide books, stationary, and many other things to run the school smoothly. I am hoping for more and more hands to join with us to run the school more effectively.”

You can give to the schools in India that provide an education to the poorest of the poor and give 1200 India girls education.  
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